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  1. 1. Water, Water, EverywhereThe Earth's Oceans and Seas<br />Jamel Thomas<br />Earth Science 2003<br />
  2. 2. Four oceans: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Arctic<br />Pacific is the largest and deepest<br />64,183 square miles<br />12,925 feet average depth<br />Fifth ocean delimited in 2000<br />Southern Ocean north of Antarctica<br />Major Bodies of Water<br />
  3. 3. Form in shallow, warm seas<br />Made of coral polyps’ skeletons<br />Grow on top of old skeletons <br />Spend adult lives fixed to same spot<br />Coral diseases increasing dramatically past 10 years<br />Responding to onset of bacteria, fungi, viruses<br />Coral Reefs<br />
  4. 4. Sunlit (down to 650 feet)<br />Sea plants and many animals<br />Twilight (down to 3,300 feet)<br />Many different fish<br />Sunless (down to 13,100 feet)<br />Animals feed on dead food from above<br />Ocean Zones<br />

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